TAC Security Podcast - Show Information and Episode Listing

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The Cisco TAC Security Podcast

 

The Cisco TAC Security Podcast Series is created by Cisco TAC engineers. Each episode provides an in-depth technical discussion of Cisco product security features, with emphasis on troubleshooting.

TACSecurityPodcastCrew.png  (Left to right) Blayne Dreier (on MAC), Jay Johnston, David White, Magnus Mortensen

 

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You can call +1 (424) 272-6877 to leave a voicemail for the TAC Security Podcast Team! Please leave us a message with your feedback about the show, and if you have a technical question that you would like us to discuss on the podcast, please leave a messages with your detailed question, a note saying we have permission to use your question and tell us how to pronounce your name.

 

 

We encourage you to listen and provide feedback on the episodes. We create these shows for you, and we want your feedback.

What future show topics would you like us to discuss? What do you like about the show, and how can we make it better?

 

Email [email protected], and we'll be sure to respond to your feedback!

 

 

Episode Listing

Select an episode below to listen now, or to view the show notes.

 

 

Episode Topic Publication Date
49 Cryptic Thoughts; Changing Cryptographic Standards July 28, 2016
48 Cisco Live! 2015 - San Diego October 6, 2015
47 The Cisco Security Ninja Program September 22, 2015
46 New Features in ASA Version 9.3(2) June 18, 2015
45 Introduction to Cisco Wireless Security February 19, 2015
44 Cisco Live! 2014 San Francisco November 21, 2014
43 ASA Version 9.2 and Interesting TAC Cases August 26, 2014
42 The Cisco Secure Development Lifecycle May 5, 2014
41 Troubleshooting ASA Clustering April 1, 2014
40 Introduction to ASA Clustering February 5, 2014
39 Voice Security Concepts and Best Practices December 18, 2013
38 Introduction to OnePK November 6, 2013
37 ASA Network Address Translation (NAT) September 10, 2013
36 Network Management at Cisco Live! 2013 August 27, 2013
35 Identity Services Engine v1.2 July 16, 2013
34 Cisco Live! 2013 Orlando Florida July 15, 2013
33 Virtual Security: The ASA1000v and Virtual Security Gateway (VSG) June 10, 2013
32 Investigating Syslogs: Tips and Tricks March 28, 2013
31 A look into ASA Quality with the Quality Assurance Team February 21, 2013
30 Introducing FlexVPN September 12, 2012
29 Cisco Live! 2012 San Diego August 23, 2012
28 The History of the PIX June 7, 2012
27 IOS Embedded Event Manager (EEM) May 24, 2012
26 Troubleshooting IPSec VPNs Mar 6, 2012
25 Understanding DMVPN and GETVPN Jan 27, 2012
24 The Cisco Identity Services Engine Dec 5, 2011
23 The Cisco ASA Services Module Oct 31, 2011
22 How Cisco uses the Web Security Appliance to protect its network Sep 8, 2011
21 On-site episode taping at Cisco Live! 2011 at Las Vegas Aug 4, 2011
20 This Week In TAC! - Interesting issues from the Cisco TAC Firewall team Jun 6, 2011
19 Troubleshooting the NAC Appliance May 10, 2011
18 Useful ASA and IPS Commands and Features You Might Not Know About Apr 19, 2011
17 Answering Questions From The Cisco Support Community Mar 2, 2011
16 Mitigating a SQL attack with ASA, IPS and IOS Firewall Feb 1, 2011
15 Using Certificates on the ASA and IOS platforms Nov 12, 2010
14 TCP connections through the ASA and FWSM Oct 6, 2010
13 HTTP Filtering on the ASA Jul 26, 2010
12 Securing Cisco Routers Jun 11, 2010
11 ASA Anyconnect VPN May 5, 2010
10 ASA Version 8.3 Overview Apr 16, 2010
9 Multiple Context Mode on the ASA and FWSM Platforms Mar 9, 2010
8 ASA Advanced Application Protocol Inspection Feb 8, 2010
7 Monitoring Firewall Performance Jan 7, 2010
6 Tips for Taking the CCIE Security Exam Dec 7, 2009
5 Troubleshooting Firewall Failover, Part 2 Nov 4, 2009
4 Troubleshooting Firewall Failover Part 1; Guest Omar Santos from PSIRT May 29, 2009
3 Transparent Firewall Mode; Lifecycle of a TAC Case May 29, 2009
2 New Features Introduced with ASA Version 8.2 Jun 1, 2009
1 Using the ASA Packet Capture Utility for Troubleshooting May 29, 2009

 

 

Podcast Panel of Experts

 

Jay Johnston - CCIE No. 17663, has worked in the Cisco TAC for the last 6+ years, specializing in security technologies. He is on the TAC escalation team focusing on ASA, FWSM and IOS Firewall support and is a speaker at Cisco's yearly Cisco Live! conference.

 

David White, Jr. - CCIE No. 12021, has more than 14 years of networking experience with a focus in Network Security. He is currently a Technical Leader in the Cisco TAC, where he has been for over 10 years.  In his role at Cisco, he works on critical customer issues in addition to being involved in new product design for Cisco's security products. He is also an active participant in Cisco documentation, both online and in print.  David co-authored Cisco Network Admission Control, Volume II: NAC Deployment and Troubleshooting and was the Technical Reviewer for Cisco ASA: All-in-One Firewall, IPS, and VPN Adaptive Security Appliance.

 

 

Blayne Dreier - CCIE No. 19346, has been with Cisco for 6+ years, focusing on security technologies, and specializing in firewall and intrusion prevention systems. He is a member of the TAC escalation team and is actively engaged in the future direction of the IPS product.

 

Magnus Mortensen - CCIE No. 28219, has been with Cisco since June of 2006 and has been working with the Firewall ever since. He specializes in the full breadth of Firewall technologies.

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Maykol Rojas Wed, 10/05/2011 - 22:34

Excellent Shows. I can carry them eveywhere and listen to them at anytime. It is also a good material for people that want to learn more about the ASA platforms and features that as of today remained a mistery.

This week at TAC was a very good show, it would be nice to hear more about the issues that the TAC firewall engineers see on daily basis.

Mike

Jay Johnston Fri, 11/04/2011 - 06:32

Thanks Maykol, we appreciate the feedback! We try to relate to the daily issues we see in each episode, and I'm sure we'll do another episode where we focus just on interesting TAC service requests.

Keep the feedback coming!

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